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10th Annual

Hopi Arts & Cultural Festival


POSTPONED to August 28-29, 2021

For the Safety of our guests and participants due to COVID-19

Two Days of

Hopi Arts, Culture, & Education

The Hopi Arts & Cultural Festival began in 2010 to assist artisans in selling their arts and crafts following a major recession. It was also an avenue to help introduce their artistic ability and Native culture to the public. The Hopi Festival brings to Flagstaff public education by way of art, traditional social dances and information on Hopi culture. The event is a bridge that allows the City of Flagstaff and surrounding communities to come together  and learn from one another through unity, happiness, and stewardship of the earth from all people of different walks of life.

Join us (POSTPONED to August 28-29, 2021) at the Continental Country Club Driving Range, Flagstaff, Arizona


Support Hopi Education

Proceeds from donations and sponsors of the Hopi Festival go towards schools and programs that support Hopi Youth through art and/or education. Through proceeds we can assist programs that can instill knowledge and prepare Hopi youth to become future leaders that can provide for a better way of life for the Hopi People.


Learn More About the


2021 Hopi Vendors – TBA


Artists

Over 30 Native Hopi Artists will be displaying their artisans of Kachina Dolls, Paintings, Pottery and more!

Entertainment

Hopi Musicians and Dancers performer traditional performances throughout the festival!

Plan Your Trip

Visit the Flagstaff Tourism website to start making your accommodations
for the 2021 Hopi Arts & Culture Festival!